Ducati Scrambler 1100 – launch on August 27th

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Ducati India has scheduled to launch the Ducati Scrambler 1100 in India on August 27, 2018. They made the announcement through an Instagram post. Ducati dealerships across the country have already started accepting bookings for it.


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Internationally there are three models available – Scrambler 1100 standard, Scrambler 1100 Special and Scrambler 1100 Sport. The prices will start at INR 11.50 lakh.

All the three variants run on a 1076cc, air cooled, L-twin engine. It is derived from the Ducati Monster 1100. The engine produces a maximum power of 86bhp (at 7500RPM) and a peak torque of 88Nm (at 4750RPM). It is re-tuned from the Ducati Monster engine. The motor is paired with a 6 – speed transmission. It also gets a slipper clutch. The Scrambler 1100 standard and the Scrambler 1100 Special variants are expected to make it to the Indian market.

The Scrambler 1100 special variant gets a gray paint scheme. It also gets a different handle bar over the standard variant. It gest gold schemed 45mm Marzocchi USD forks. In addition to this, the Scrambler 1100 Sport variant gets Öhlins suspension, with a unique black-yellow color scheme, aluminium wheels, special handlebar and its own unique trim for the seat. The Scrambler 1100 special variant is expected to be priced at around INR 12.50 lakhs.

The Ducati Scrambler 1100 will be the most powerful in the Scrambler line-up. Ducati has bestowed this motorcycle with an array of safety features. It comes standard with ABS, cornering ABS, five level traction control system, three riding modes – Active, Touring and City, and ride-by-wire throttle. The instrument cluster is a fully digital type and displays all required information.

The current Ducati Scrambler on sale in India runs on an 803cc motor. It produces a maximum power of 73.41 PS (at 8250rpm) and a peak torque of 67Nm (at 5750rpm). It is mated to a 6-speed transmission.

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Amith Gowda

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